Building on the success of the first edition - the Global Art Agency are busy organising the second Tokyo International Art Fair for 13 & 14 May 2016 at an amazing new venue "Omotesando Hills" which is located in Aoyama, sometimes termed "Tokyo's Champs-Élysées".
More than 150 exhibitors from over 30 countries will be filling the Space-O hall at the Omotesando Hills venue with an incredible display of contemporary art and thousands of artworks for sale.
Organisers Joëlle Dinnage and her business partner Natal Vallvé from the Global Art Agency are making the fantastic (free) two-day art extravaganza a versatile art happening for the locals of Tokyo. A huge variety of artworks, offering every visitor something to suit their style, all in an affordable price-range to buy and to take home on the day.
Satoshi Maruhashi who is part of the organisation says: "I am extremely happy with the new venue, it will be another spectacle."
On show will be paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustrations, printmaking, and jewellery, with a live painting and music show at the event.
“Almost 6000 people visited the event last year, connections were made, and great sales happened, so everyone was extremely satisfied. There was no doubt to organise a second edition, and we have worked very hard to get a brilliant new venue in one of Tokyo's hotspots attracting art aficionado's from all over the world." said organiser Joëlle Dinnage.
"We have new talent exhibiting this year as well as some known names that exhibited last year, and of course there are the famous names such as Mr Brainwash who will showing, as well as Shane Bowden - also known as the Andy Warhol on steroids - who did very well last year."
Laura Jordan (UK), Canal Cheong-Jagerroos (Finland), Svetlana Sintseva (Belgium), Hayat Saidi (Morocco), Hiba Sultan (Saudi Arabia), Sophia Shiyan (Russia), Li Wei Chen (Taiwan), Kaze Gallery (Japan), STYLO (Thailand), Mark James Ford (Germany), Loryn Kolbrenner (USA), Suzi Fadel Nassif (UAE), Thomas John Taylor (USA), Franco The Creator (USA), Shane Bowden (Australia), Mr Brainwash (France), New York Art Gallery (Japan), Krystal Glam Art Gallery (Japan), and many more... Also Michael Lam (NYC) who creates single stroke paintings based on his calligraphy skill. Lam has received awards and recognition for his work all over the world and worked to support UNICEF for children.
The fair opens on Friday 13th May with a private view and vernissage for invitees only starting at 18.00pm to 21.00pm (limited tickets are also available to purchase online).
On Saturday 14th May the art fair is open to the public from 11.00am to 19.00pm with the Global Art Awards happening at 18.00pm that day announcing the best Artist of the fair. Prebook tickets here.
Tickets to the Tokyo International Art Fair 2016 are free and can be booked online by going to their website www.tokyoartfair.com The event takes place from Friday 13th May to Saturday 14th May 2016 at OMOTESANDO HILLS - MAIN BUILDING B3F SPACE O, 4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001 JAPAN.
For more information about the event and to visit please visit www.tokyoartfair.com
Participating as an Exhibitor:
The Tokyo International Art Fair are now in the final stage of curating and selection process. They are inviting the outstanding artists to apply online www.tokyoartfair.com